Scarborough (ME) Fire Department Receives New Pierce Pumper

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The Scarborough (ME) Fire Department (SFD) recently took delivery of its new a 2021 Pierce pumper, reports portlandpressherald.com.

The new apparatus replaces SFD’s 1989 reserve engine after 32-years of service, will be assigned to the Pine Point station as Engine 4, and is SFD’s first new truck since 1981.

The pumper will undergo some work and receive equipment, tools, and a hose, and the crews will be trained on it. It’s expected to see its first action by mid-June.

“Congratulations to the Scarborough ME Fire Department and the Pine Point Fire Station on the delivery of their new Pierce Enforcer pumper assigned to Engine 4,” the department wrote on Facebook. “Engine 4 features a Cummins L9 450hp engine, 1500GPM Waterous CSU pump with rear Inlet, 750 gallon water tank with a low NY style hose bed. Whelen Pioneer scene lighting. Hot Dipped Galvanized packaged that includes; frame rails, cross members, water tank cradle, body and pump house structure and front bumper extension for superior corrosion protection. Allegiance Fire and Rescue would like to thank the Scarborough Fire Department for their trust in Pierce apparatus and Allegiance Fire & Rescue. We look forward to working with you in the future”

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